Quelleninformationen

JewishGen
JewishGen Hungarian Special Interest Group, comp. Ungarn: Heiratsregister verschiedener Landkreise, 1800-1914 [Datenbank online]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008.
Ursprüngliche Daten: Database transcribed from original records located on microfilm at the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah. Specific microfilm information is provided with each record. This data is provided in partnership with JewishGen.org.

 Ungarn: Heiratsregister verschiedener Landkreise, 1800-1914

Diese Datenbank enthält Informationen über Todesfälle aus verschiedenen Städten in Ungarn in den Jahren 1800 bis 1914. Zu den Informationen in der Datenbank gehören: Namen der Braut und des Bräutigams, Heiratsdatum, Alter der Braut und des Bräutigams, Namen der Eltern, Heiratsort und Informationen über die Quelle.

This database contains information on marriages from various towns in Hungary from 1800 to 1914. It is compiled by the JewishGen Hungarian Special Interest Group and is transcribed from microfilm copies of original records. The microfilm copies are located at the LDS Family History Library. The original records were created by rabbis in each community (or for small communities, in centralized district registers) as required by the Emperor. These records are handwritten in German, Hebrew, or Hungarian.

The database includes the following fields:

  • Name — Surname and Given Name of the bride and groom

  • Date of Marriage — Marriage Date of the Bride and Groom: Day Month Year

  • Age — Ages of the Bride and Groom

  • Father — Father’s Given Name – the first name of the fathers of the bride and the groom

  • Mother — The Given Name and Maiden Name of the mothers of the bride and the groom

  • Town — The Town where the marriage took place

  • Jaras / Meyge — The District and County of marriage

  • Comments — Other useful information in the record, such as names of witnesses, or the bride and/or groom’s town of birth

  • Source — LDS Microfilm Number, used to order the microfilm from an LDS Family History Center, or other source

  • Record Number — The purpose of the record number is to aid in finding the original record on the microfilm or other source of vital records. We are now standardizing on the format PPP-NN, where PPP represents the page number within a film, or volume, and NN represents the item number on that page. Some older records may have the system YYYY-N (where YYYY = the year of the record and N = the record number from that year associated with the record) or simply the number associated with a record for small towns.

Contents of the Database:

There are about 12,500 records in the database to date, including the following. Miskolc is the only town still in the process of being transcribed.

TownCounty
(megye)
Modern Town & Country
(if different)
Dates
BerczelSzabolcs 1854-1895
BezdedSzabolcsTiszabezded, HU1876-1885
BittseTrencsénBytca, SK1856-1900
BodrogkeresztúrZemplén 1827-1895
BokonySzabolcs 1800-1885
ChropoNyitraChropov, SK1851-1890
DebrecenHajdú 1856-1895
DombrádSzabolcs 1878-1895
ErdobenyeZemplén 1840-1895
FelsöszvidnikSárosSvidník, SK1884-1895
FenyeslitkeSzabolcs 1858-1895
GalszecsZemplénSecovce, SK1856-1942
GavaSzabolcsGávavencsello, HU1856-1885
GelseSzabolcsNyirgelse, HU1849-1885
Gemzse, Besenyo, Doghe, & EncsencsSzabolcsGemzse, Besenyod, Döge, & Encsencs, HU1856-1892
GeszteredSzabolcs 1852-1883
GyorGyor 1847-1895
GyulaházaSzabolcs 1863-1895
HajdúnánásHajdu 1852-1895
HomonnaZemplénHumenne, SK1882-1895
IbronySzabolcsNyíribrony, HU1852-1879
KallosemjenSzabolcs 1810-1890
KarászSzabolcsNyírkarász, HU1876-1895
KecskemetPest-Pilis-Solt-Kis-Kun 1832-1891
KiskorosPest-Pilis-Solt-Kis-Kun 1866-1885
KiskunfelegyhazaPest-Pilis-Solt-Kis-Kun 1871-1891
KiskunmajsaPest-Pilis-Solt-Kis-Kun 1850-1895
KisvardaSzabolcs 1851-1895
MádZemplén 1828-1880
MandokSzabolcs 1870-1895
MateszalkaSzabolcs 1863-1895
MiskolcBorsod 1836-1886
Moson & Magyar-OvárMosonMosonmagyaróvár, HU1895-1911
Nagy IdaAbauj-TornaVelká Ida, SK1851-1885
NagykalloSzabolcs 1844-1895
NyirbatorSzabolcs 1851-1895
NyirbogatSzabolcs 1851-1885
NyíregyházaSzabolcs 1833-1895
Nyirlugos, PiricseSzabolcs 1836-1885
OlaszliszkaZemplén 1841-1895
PolgarSzabolcs 1853-1895
SárospatakZemplén 1833-1895
SátoraljaújhelyZemplén 1851-1875
SzerencsZemplén 1827-1895
SzinyérváraljaSzatmárSeini, ROM1823-1850
TarczalZemplénTarcal, HU1827-1895
TiszalokSzabolcs 1832-1894
TokajZemplén 1827-1895
TolcsvaZemplén 1821-1895
VamospercsHajdú 1852-1914
VáncsodBihar 1896-1900